For Sally Lincoln, drawing from life is really living.
"My figure drawings are all done from life, a real person captured in a never-to-be-repeated moment. This is the practice of artistry at its most intimate, the representation of humanity at its most unique."
"There are few things that impress me more in the presentation of a private home, whatever the financial status of its owner, than the presence of original art. Nothing more completely associates a home with its owner, nothing expresses a person's self-confidence more eloquently than sharing their vision of beauty with those who enter.
One of the things I love about the internet is that it makes the work of living artists so much more available to buyers early in their art-buying lives- something that used to be reserved for the very rich or the very well-connected can now be indulged in fearlessly by anyone with the curiosity and vision to seek it out."
Awards and Accomplishments
"Art in the Mountains" Annual Art Festival, Cuchara, CO August 2003 and July 2004
Business of Art Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado, "Art and the Figure," March 2004
Durango Train Fair, Durango Colorado, August 2003
One woman shows:
John Deaux Gallery, Pueblo, CO May, 2004 Drawings and Paintings
Cottonwood Art Academy, Drawings from Southeast Asia, January 2004
Christopher's, Cambridge Mass. Nov 2001 Drawings and Paintings
Antonio Cirino Memorial Award, Allied Artists of America Show, Manhattan, NY 1992
Honorable Mention, Poudre Valley International Exhibition, Ft. Collins, CO 1993
Honorable Mention, Palmer Lake Train Show, Palmer Lake, CO, 2004